School of Human Ecology

School of Human Ecology building

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Support the University of Wisconsin to help continue the tradition of excellence in teaching, research, and public service.

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The School of Human Ecology (SoHE), which consistently ranks in the top five institutions with similar programs, has an established record of excellence based on an interdisciplinary approach to teaching, research, creative innovation and outreach. Throughout its 110-plus-year history, the School has provided leadership in areas that directly affect children, families, individuals and groups within their increasingly complex social, psychological, economic, designed and cultural environments.

Nancy Nicholas Hall, the School’s newly renovated and expanded facility, provides an ideal environment for innovative teaching, collaborative research, and local and global outreach programs.

Alumni and friends can be partners in the School’s future by supporting strategic initiatives and making investments to benefit current and future students and faculty.

Now through the end of 2016, gifts to the school’s annual fund from 2006-2016 graduates will be matched, dollar for dollar, thanks to the generosity of alum Cathy Atkins (’79).